With all of the advances in technology, the way we use our computers has change in many ways over the past few decades. One of the things that is ever changing and still developing is the way we the web. A new era in technology is fast approaching with the research in what is known [...]
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Image by Getty Images via @daylife When it comes to having a computer, it’s important that you work toward building it the way you want and need it. That’s especially true when it comes to using that computer for business, because you want to ensure that it’s always there and ready for you. You’ll need [...]
Image via Wikipedia Most people would be surprised to learn that there was a point in the history of computers at which some people questioned whether or not they were ever going to be beneficial to mankind. Now it is a foregone conclusion among virtually everyone that computers and computer hardware have forever changed the [...]
Image via Wikipedia Although laptops and tablet computers are steadily increasing in popularity, the desktop processor hasn’t been completely replaced as of yet. In many case a desktop system with equal or even better specs can be found for substantially less than an equivalent laptop system. Coupled with the fact that many of these systems [...]
Image via Wikipedia In these challenging economic times, many families have buckled their budget belt straps and cut back or eliminated entertainment from their routines. As the economy continues to be stagnant, many entertainment venues are providing discounted tickets and providing free concerts that folks can access from their Computer Hardware. For many that love [...]
Image by Jeff Henshaw via Flickr There are a number of points of view when it comes to determining the future direction of how the average consumer will most commonly interact with a personal computing device, whether it be the next 5, 10 or 20 years. When Bill Gates revolutionized the PC industry with the [...]
Image via Wikipedia The debate continues and a trend seems to be emerging. Once the market leader in personal computing, IBM lost tremendous market share to other more affordable and equally reliable PC manufacturers, such as Gateway, Toshiba and Dell. Microsoft ensured PC survivability among everyday users by adapting the more arcane user interface of [...]